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Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Delilah by Angela Hunt #BookGiveaway

Today’s book giveaway is for historical inspirational fiction book, Delilah: Treacherous Beauty by Angela Hunt.Β  You can check out my review for this book here (Delilah book review).

Where can I learn more about this author and their books?

Angela Hunt, author website

I admire the authors who take on Biblical characters in their fiction works. What a difficult thing it must be to honor what the Bible says about them and also to fill in the blanks that are left with a story that makes you want to read more. It is easy to judge Biblical people because they are usually two-dimensional to us. We forget that they existed outside of our Bible. I applaud stories that bring them to life as this story did for me.

Isn’t it interesting when our perceptions of Biblical characters, particularly villains, are upended?


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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: What Biblical villain would you like to have your opinions changed about?

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18 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Delilah by Angela Hunt

  1. I think I’d like my opinions about Bathsheba changed, or maybe not….hmm.

    1. Oh, I wouldn’t have thought of him Sally, but what a good one. What was he like after God showed him mercy? 😐

  2. King Saul became a bad guy toward the end. I wouldn’t mind to see what made him change, to change my opinion.

  3. I think mine would have to be Judas. I would like to know why he denied Jesus who loved Him and made him one of his disciples.

    1. What a good one Deana. Did Judas betray Jesus because he was bad or did he think he was doing the right thing? So much to wonder about there. πŸ™‚

  4. The first person that came to mind was Judas, but as I looked at some of the comments, both Cain and Jezebel would be good too.

    1. I would like to learn more about Judas as well Colleen. Tosca Lee wrote one about Judas that I have on my bookshelf waiting to read. πŸ™‚

  5. How much of a blessing to the Israel people could Pharaoh have been instead of an oppressor? What if he had allowed his heart to be softened?

    1. Interesting Caryl. And what made him be so stubborn? Was it all pride? Was there something else going on? That would be a good read too I think. πŸ™‚

  6. I honestly think that the most interesting Biblical villain is Judas Iscariot. He was such a complex character with many dimensions that I don’t think we can fully understand from the small amount of information the Bible gives. I really hope that he ended up in Heaven so I can meet him face-to-face.

    Cain and Pharaoh would be interesting characters to learn about as well, but I think I know all I need to know about Jezebel.

    1. I do think that Judas is fascinating Emily. Was he truly bad or was he actually like many of us who get ourselves in trouble even with good intentions? πŸ™‚

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